13 Oct ebook: 5 Red Flags HR Managers Should Act on Right Away
In trying to keep overhead costs low, small business owners often take on the HR role or task an existing employee (who may not be experienced in HR) to manage the HR function. Two problems can arise: one is not having the expertise to manage each area of HR effectively and efficiently. Two is having to split time between an employee’s current role and the HR role. When an employee is unable to dedicate 100% of their time to HR, it increases the risk for oversights and errors, which can have negative consequences in the long-term.
This guide shares the five red flags HR managers should act on right away. Learn what happens when critical key HR activities fall by the wayside and why it’s important to fulfill the HR function consistently.